Canine Digestive Remedy Recipe

Canine Digestive Remedy Recipe

A friend of mine had a dog who suffered from digestive problems. She tried a variety of expensive dog food brands on him with little effect. She took him to the vet to for help but was met with disappointment. Her dog just couldn't eat without getting sick. Without proper nourishment, her dog would die.

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Children’s Allergy Defense Syrup

Children’s Allergy Defense Syrup

Childhood should be fun but hay fever takes all the energy out of kids. This syrup was designed with children 2 years and older to take as a daily immune booster for allergy season. It has done well with children with mold and animal allergies too. The naturally sweet taste translates into an easy to administer dose for even finicky kids. Just a spoonful with meals and before nightly tooth brushing is all that is needed

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Bug Bane Spray

Bug Bane Spray

Summer is mosquito season in my neck of the woods. All of Oregon's standing water during breeding season gives the nasty little buggers plenty of spaces to raise their families. The oil in this formula serves two purposes: it allows the essential oils a chance to linger on the skin and brings in the healing powers of calendula as an anti-immflammatory for existing bites. You may spray this formula on your skin after the mosquitoes have gone to bed to ease the itching from the spots they got to before you pulled out the herbs.

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Bug Spray – Oil-Free Formula

Bug Spray – Oil-Free Formula

Mosquitoes are not my favorite part of summer. I know they serve as food for wildlife I prize but I resent the fact that mosquitoes consider my skin as a their prime picnicking grounds. This recipe does a fine job of keeping the critters at bay without the overpowering scent other mixes offer. This formula also works to repel other biting insects like gnats and fleas.

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Anti-inflammatory Brew For Pets

Anti-inflammatory Brew for Pets

Even with the most attentive care, the animals in our lives can get hurt. Some of our beloved companions can be very tricky to treat. Birds will peck at their bandages. Cats will scratch at an infection. Horses will rub a sore spot raw. In order to help our friends, a little subterfuge is sometimes needed.

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